Marx and Engels Forum is a small public park in the heart of Berlin. Named after two of the most famous and influential German philosophers, Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx, authors of The Communist Manifesto. The park was opened to the public in 1986. The statues found there used to have quite a significant location with the Palast der Republik, the German Democratic Republic’s parliament, on its back.
Most people that visit Berlin know the history behind the wall that divided the city during the Cold War. But there is another historic wall waiting to be discovered in the middle of the town. This is the Old City Wall of Berlin that witnesses the medieval past of the city.
The former Staatsratsgebäude can be found in the historical center of Berlin, right behind where the Berlin City Palace used to stand before it was demolished after the Second World War. This building tells the history of the city in every possible way since it shares pieces of architecture from…
Right in the center of the city, this week, Fotostrasse explores Momotaro Tavern for our #52weeksofburgers challenge. This place was recommended to us by a good friend, and it is slightly surprising that we never head of it before considering how central it is.
This week of the #52weeksofburger challenge, Fotostrasse goes to Belushi’s in Mitte. Belushi’s is part of a popular chain hostel and the bar is a hot spot for those who want to watch some games, have a nice beer and eat something.